Donating your body to science after your death is nothing new. But taxidermist Julia deVille and 13 other Australians have decided to donate their corpse for something more unusual: naked display in a worldwide public exhibition.
Ansell chairman Glenn Barnes says the company is investigating allegations one of its major Malaysian suppliers is abusing worker rights, and will dump any supplier it finds is exploiting workers.
Forgiveness is hard, but research shows it helps us feel better and live longer. So, what better gift could you give this Christmas than a peace offering, ask Alfred Allan and Maria Allan.
Terminally ill patients in Victoria are set to be able to request a legal drug to end their lives, but strict clauses might prevent people from making that choice — even when it's their right.
We often like the idea we'll do the "right" thing, and until we're forced to put our money where our mouth is, it costs nothing to say we would behave honourably, write Amelia Cornish and Paul McGreevy.
Professor John Rasko is a world-leading scientist in IVF and gene therapy — fields that some claim promote "new eugenics". As a descendant of Holocaust survivors, he takes this accusation seriously.
Social worker Poh Lin Lee says hard-line government policies affected her ability to provide trauma counselling for asylum seekers on Christmas Island.
The new prime minister has said he believes "the Bible is not a policy handbook". However, his faith has certainly had an influence on his worldview, writes Mark Jennings.
The legal profession is feeling the effects of digital disruption and the way it is impacting on how individuals and firms operate.
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